Next Media Animation (NMA), Taiwan's largest media company, has produced an animation on military assets Iran possesses that it could use during a military confrontation at the Strait of Hormuz.
A cartoon for seven year old's.
Misleading. Iran does not have N-22 Sunburn missiles and it makes their CDMS look like a MLRS with 8 tubes; their best has three.
This is the tip of the iceberg. If push ever comes to shove the US/Zionists in are in for one hell of a shock and awe "Eyeranian style". Actually Iran does have the Sunburns as well as Yakont.
where is the location of USA?more than 3000 miles from the strait of Hormuz!!!!!
Anon 11:51 PMHave you any proof that Iran has any of those missiles or are you as usual thinking from the rear end of your body?
No one knows. In the event of a war with Iran or a strike against any of Iran's nuclear energy facilities by either the Zionist Regime of Israel or the world's most arrogant nation, the U.S., or both, the world shall witness 'what' the true military strengths and capabilities that Iran have in its possession. Only God knows.
Anon 7:18 AMYet the U.S. bases is few miles from the Strait of Hormuz!
"Actually Iran does have the Sunburns as well as Yakont."Yea sure, next you will claim Iran has Photon Torpedoes too!Guess what, arms being ship in to Iran get stopped and inspected by US forces at sea. Like those Kajami/Taedong midget submarines, they were inspected on that North Korean scow that brought them over. The schematic drawings even found their way in to Jane's before the Iranian press ever posted a photo.There are a bunch of three letter agencies that spend their time dissecting Iran's capabilities with every intelligence gather system imaginable.
"Yet the U.S. bases is few miles from the Strait of Hormuz!"There are a couple of bases in the Gulf. Bahrain has a naval base and ELINT base. The UAE has a naval base, and Oman and Bahrain have air bases. As far as US bases go they are small, the one in Dubi has about 3 km of docking areas, Norfolk naval base has about 30 km. The forces the US has in the Gulf are a "Tripwire Force:, basically their job is to warn of attack and hold their attackers off long enough for the US to send reinforcements (reinforcements would be something on the order of an armored Div, a couple of Marine Divs, 2-3 Carrier strike groups, and about 1,000 tactical aircraft.)
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